Congrats on the interview, I hope it goes well.
I always go into interviews viewing them as a two way street, you’re interviewing them just as much as they are you. Don’t arrive feeling all cap in hand about yourself, remember there’s as much chance of the job not being right for you as there is you not being right for the job so you’re on a completely equal footing in an interview. Keep in mind they need to impress as much as you do.
I’ve had countless interviews over years, and I’ve never went for an interview and not been offered the job (I even arrived at the last one with Chloe in tow just so there was no confusion about the flexibility I wanted), although I’ve turned down plenty but I can’t remember a single one where I haven’t received the “sales pitch” - we all get along well together, there’s a lot of give and take here, or some other rose tinted version of what it will be like to work there:)
Employers hate interviews as much as interviewees so don’t stress over it.
And always ask a question when asked if you have any … there’s always an obvious question that can be asked, it makes you memorable and shows you’re still capable of thinking while the stress is on.